Your mission: get to downtown Round Rock for Fire In The Hole
Doesn't look like they have a website yet, but their FB page has their menu posted and several good pics: https://www.facebook.com/FireInTheHol...
We went last night and were very pleasantly surprised. Ordered the octopus salad, fried cauliflower, and a Salumeria pizza. The kitchen sent out an asian pear salad and a gulf shrimp on the house. Everything hit the mark and then some. The fried cauliflower was so good, you could have swore you were at Odd Duck or Barley Swine. The pizza was excellent... i can't wait to try more of them.
And right after my own heart, the drink menu is very beer-centric. No crap on tap, lots of locals, lots of styles represented.
Service was great. No hiccups, even though it was only their second night open.
Downtown Round Rock is getting to be a pretty fun night out!
we also have greenhouse craft food ----not downtown but amazing and everbit as good as Swifts Attic
I went 3 days ago and it is truly great. The staff and owners were super friendly and the level of cooking was above what I expected in round rock. The pizza was as good as any Neapolitan style pizza in Austin and I have tried them all. we had the clam pizza and it was delicious especially the freshness do the tomato sauce and cherry tomatoes.
Other highlights include the spring pea agnolotti, the cavatelli with bone marrow ( I believe all pasta is made in house) as well as the passion fruit dessert and strawberry dessert.
We went Saturday night with friends. The service was friendly, they have a nice selection of both beer and wine, and we loved the food. The pear appetizer was my favorite dish of the night with the green pizza a close second. The green pizza is topped with a broccoli rabe pesto that is very tasty along with other greens. The crust is crisp and thin without being soggy and their tomato sauce is spicy and sweet. We will be going back and welcome them to Round Rock, maybe people will stop the "land of the bland" comments.